The World Health Organization is going to launch a health app on the occasion of Yoga Day to promote yoga and Ayurveda in the world. Through this app, information about diseases like diabetes and high BPP will also be given.
The World Health Organization WHO is now going to give a new look to Ayurveda. The WHO has decided to provide information about the diseases associated with modern lifestyles such as diabetes and hypertension, not only in India but also in the world through the mobile app. This mobile app can be launched on June 21 International Yoga Day. The health and wellness centers, which are open all over the country, will also be linked to this app so that people can get access to 12 thousand Health and Wellness centers of the Ministry of AYUSH.
About heart-related diseases
Apart from all types of yoga in this health app, the research of Indian scientists associated with diabetes can be found on Ayurvedic medicines including BGR-34. CSIR scientists had prepared this drug after research on 500 drugs of Himachal. Apart from this, people will be able to know about what can be avoided with heart-related diseases.
Information about all the Aasan’s of yoga
Dr. BS Reddy, the director of the Morarji Desai Yoga Institute in New Delhi, and the organizing committee of New Delhi, told that the WHO has tied up with the Ayush Ministry for Ayurveda for the first time. His association with the WHO also has been signed. Through the mobile app, all the Aasan of yoga will be explained in detail. Apart from this, people will also be told about diabetes, heart and hypertension disease and their Ayurvedic remedies.
According to Dr. Reddy, after the initiative of PM Modi, the AYUSH Ministry has got very good results of animated Youtube video, hence all Yoga will be delivered to people through animated video.